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Kraft Kennedy Awarded NetDocuments Implementation Partner of the Year

Kraft Kennedy, a consulting firm focused on solving critical business problems for law firms, legal departments, corporations, financial services firms and nonprofits, has been named the NetDocuments Implementation Partner of the Year, in recognition of excellence in NetDocuments system implementations.

NetDocuments announced the winners of its Inspire 2021 Partner Awards at the company’s Inspire 2021 Global Conference on November 4, 2021. The second annual Partner Awards recognized leading companies spanning the ISV network, implementation providers, partner companies in the Asia Pacific region, EMEA and Latin America, as well as partners across all NetDocuments business segments.

Source: Globe Newswire
BRYTER continues European expansion with new office in France

BRYTER has announced a new office opening in Paris, France, providing a new base for supporting the unique needs of the market.

This news follows the recent establishment of a regional BRYTER team in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of the company’s expansion to the Nordics.
Companies in France—like BRYTER customer ENGIE, the leading utility company in the country—are increasingly adopting technology for legal and compliance. The growing demand for local support made it a clear next step for BRYTER, the no-code service automation platform that anyone can use to build and maintain their own applications without programming, to move into the city. The central office space in Paris at the WeWork on Coeur Marais, 64-66 Rue des Archives will act as a launchpad for the French BRYTER team to meet with clients and stay closely involved in industry events.

Source: Bryter
Opus 2 wins best technology product at The Lawyer Awards 2021
Many law firms and legal departments report barriers to using legal technology, and insufficient training may be a root cause. To help break down these barriers, organizations should consider creating more opportunities for their lawyers and staff to train on legal technology.
When asked to select what barriers to using legal technologies exist at their organizations, respondents to Bloomberg Law’s 2021 Legal Technology Survey indicated that the top obstacles are a lack of tech savvy, a lack of familiarity with available technology, and not enough time to learn the technology.

Source: Opus 2
Hence Technologies to Fuel Growth with Strategic Relations Hire from DLA Piper
Hence Technologies Ltd. has today announced the appointment of Boko Inyundo as Director, Strategic Relations. In this new role, Boko will fuel Hence’s growth as the premier software platform for selecting and managing external lawyers and law firm relationships in the US$800bn global annual market for legal services.

Source: Yahoo
Lupl announces global release with unlimited-time freemium offer
Lupl is a shared workspace that eases the challenges law firms and legal departments typically encounter when working on legal matters within and between organizations. In addition to a native suite of communications, collaboration, document sharing, and legal project and knowledge management capabilities, Lupl integrates with many of the most popular third-party tools, including Microsoft Teams, Slack, iManage, Net Documents, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Google Drive, Zoom, DocuSign, and Litera compareDocs.
Lupl has been in early adopter mode since April, following the completion of a successful private beta test in 2020. Law firms, legal departments, and other legal organizations in more than 30 countries are already on-board with industry interest from across the globe continuing to grow.

Source: CMS


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